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The identification of key issues and considerations for interdisciplinary and interprofessional education are explored. Both benefits and barriers to interprofessional education are discussed. The concept of simulation is reviewed relative to interprofessional education primarily as a catalyst for implementation of collaboration. The promise of interprofessional education and outcome studies direct where the future is headed.doi:10.1097/jpn.0b013e318212ee7a pmid:21540696 fatcat:7drqtnlsg5c7faaiadcdlaxmpm